Super siblings secured second consecutive ascension to second-level play representing Hitchcock High School.
The District 24-6A tournament at Moody Gardens last week might well have been better suited for a Fourth of July scheduling, given the fireworks on display over two days at a venue known to be both welcoming and devilish, depending on prevailing winds.
Dirty Socks. 1947 quarters. Three tees — all of a certain length and color. Two eggs over medium for breakfast, and a smooth rock in the right pocket.
Oscar night has come and gone, and I hope all your choices were winners. One thing is certain: those who walked the red carpet signed lots of autographs and posed for many “selfies.” This is a golf column, so I won’t discuss the awards; but I do want to talk about autographs and selfies.
Clay Walker might not hit the golf ball as far as did former Rice University quarterback and NFL star King Hill; he does not hit a laser like iron the way Junior Seau used to do; but then, I never heard either of them sing. We should all remember to give thanks for those guys and others, like Rudy T and Larry Dierker. If I list any more, I could be accused of name-dropping.
For the first time in his career, Rickie Fowler won a PGA tournament (Phoenix) when leading after 54 holes. He overcame adverse weather, a double bogey and a truly crazy triple bogey; he lost the lead, fell behind and rebounded. It was his day.
In what well may have been the first skirmish in a battle for the District 24-6A title, and the first step on the ladder to a state championship, local heavyweights Clear Creek, Clear Falls and Clear Springs squared off last week in the Clear Springs Invitational tournament.
It is the year that decades from now will be remembered as a landmark year for significant changes in the official rules of golf; and for the marriage of professional golf and professional gambling. Yet, the gambling game most likely to still be played wherever golfers are found, is the Nass…
Danny Reegan and Pete Nanos looked on as John Butler helped himself to an early Christmas present, smacking a sand wedge 93 yards and into the bottom of the cup at the ninth hole at Moody Gardens golf course a couple of weeks ago. It was the second hole in one for the Galveston County reside…